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December 17, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 11"
- 175 lbs
I recently built up one of these frames with a GRX 1x setup. It has been great. I have both a road and gravel wheelset and the bike is very fast, stable, and comfortable for both. The ISO Flex must be doing what it's supposed to because even sketchy gravel descents seem smooth. I got the Sandstorm frame, which is a bit bland, but added some orange bike bling so it looks great. Frame was easy to setup, route cables, etc. Highly recommended.
June 12, 2020
Bitchin' Gravel Bike
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 8"
- 140 lbs
After researching a new gravel bike to replace my Niner BSB RDO that I got from Competitive Cyclist over 3 years ago, I settled on the Pivot Vault. It seemed to check a lot of the boxes that I was looking for: clearance for wider tires, lively handling, internal cable routing, option for 1x or 2x, and a lightweight frame. Building the frame up was easy. Pivot did a really nice job with the cable ports and having the bottom bracket cover to help with routing. I transferred most of my components from my Niner, but did learn a few things after I built this up. There was not much tire clearance between my WTB Nanos (measuring 45mm) and my Ultegra Di2 FD. I did some investigating and opted for the GRX Di2 FD. I highly recommend going that route if you plan on using Di2 on this bike. With GRX FD, there is plenty of tire clearance and I could probably fit one up to about a 47ish. I also opted to get the GRX Di2 RD too, so I could run a bigger cassette if I wanted too. So, how does it ride? One word...FUN! I enjoyed my Niner BSB (which was more CX geometry), but the Pivot seems more lively while also feeling sure footed. I wondered how well their ISO Flex seat post system would work and I have been pleasantly surprised. It does take some of the bumpiness out of the rear end. I have primarily ridden the Pivot on fire roads, including areas with a lot of erosion channels from the winter rains. It feels nimble on the single track I was able to test it on. This bike also responds well when climbing either seated or out of the saddle. While I have only had the opportunity to put a few hundred miles on it, I am happy with my purchase decision.
November 7, 2020
what size crankset is that up front?
April 22, 2020
What is the frameset weight of a Small including the isoflex shim? Does the frameset come with axels?